There is no way to give a real answer for that. Pixels do not have a consistent size, so they can't be universally converted. Pixels change size depending on the density of the thing displaying them (72 dots per inch is typical for screens and 300 dpi is typically selected for something that will be printed as form of Quality Photo). For screens size differs based on "Pitch" of the screen(distance between two consecutive pixels) thus even small screens with low pitch value can display high resolutions!
However, to simply measure the width and height of your monitor at high accuracy just use the "Jruler" application
Download JRuler from here:
a 23 inch 1920x1080 pixel LCD screen (110% text size) shows it as 5.75 inches wide. a 19 inch 1280x960 pixel CRT screen shows this image as 5.6 inches wide. a 17 inch 1024x768 pixel CRT monitor shows it 6.0 inches wide. an iPhone 5S shows it 3 inches wide (if held in horizontal orientation).
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A "high resolution" image for printing is almost always 300 DPI (dots per inch) and larger. This is the resolution of most printers. To determine how to print your image in high resolution (300 DPI), take the inches of your image and multiply both the width and height by 300. That means in order to create a 8 x 8 print on a 300 DPI printer, you want 2400 x 2400 pixels
That measurement refers to the resolution of an image. In a computer setup 1600 x 1600 x screen size of monitor would give you the total DPI which is Dots Per Inch which is how picture quality of the image your monitor puts out would be calculated. Theres an infinite amount of variables for the size of the picture in inches because that measurment is varying. Basically the formula tells you what size of the monitor or tv is needed in order to see video and images with enough resolution so that the individual pizels which make up the image are unable to be seen by the human eye. You can seen the pixels when an image appears to be Distorted. Its distorted because the size its currently being shown in (1600 x 1600) requires more pixels to show clearly than the image was originally captured in.
shashat LCD muqas 23 bawsat 1920 * 1080 bikasl (hjam nasi 110 %) tazhar bieard 5.75 bawsat. shashat CRT maqas 19 bawsatan bidiqat 1280 * 960 shashatan taearad hadhih alsuwrat bieard 5.6 bawsat. shashat CRT maqas 17 bawsatan bidiqat 1024 * 768 bikasl taearad 6.0 bawsat. yuearid jihaz iPhone 5S bieard 3 bawsat ('iidha tam wadeah fi aitijah 'afaqi).
To understand pixels, we first need to understand dots per inches. As the name suggest number of dots per inches. Higher the dots, higher the resolution. Computer doesn't paint the sketches as you do on paper, instead of that it puts dots in a systematic manner which exactly looks like an image.
To calculate pixels in inches, you need to divide the pixels with DPI. Lesser the DPI, more the inches and vice versa. There is an inverse relationship between dots per inches and pixels.
To convert pixels to inches, you have to divide pixels by resolution. For example, a 600 x 400 pixels image displayed on a 96 DPI screen is going to have 6.25 x 4.17 inches when printed.
To find the resolution of an image in DPI, you need to know the image width in both pixels and inches. You get more answers click and read my articles.
To find the area of aa square multiply the length by the width.In this case multiply 40 x 40 to get 1600.The area of a square 40 inches x 40 inches is 1600 square inches.
.833 inches = 250 pixels
The good thing about this type of conversion is that feet are made from inches. We know that 1 foot = 12 inches, therefore, 1600 feet x 12 inches/feet = 19200 inches.
That would be 360 x 640 pixels, (3.5 inches).
They are: 1600 = 1 x 1600 1600 = 2 x 800 1600 = 4 x 400 1600 = 5 x 320 1600 = 8 x 200 1600 = 10 x 160 1600 = 16 x 100 1600 = 20 x 80 1600 = 25 x 64 1600 = 32 x 50 1600 = 40 x 40
288 x 380 = 303.8K pixels 4"x 72pixels/in = 288 pixels 5"x 72pixels/in = 380 pixels
Stamp Size Photo Size(Dimensions) in cm: 2cm x 2.5cm Stamp Size Photo Size(Dimensions) in Pixels: 236 x 295 pixels Stamp Size Photo Size(Dimensions) in Inches: 0.787402 inches x 0.984252 inches Stamp Size Photo Size(Dimensions) in mm: 20mm x 25mm Stamp Size Photo Resolution: 236 x 295 pixels (290 dpi)
pixels x 0.026458333 = cm600 pixels = 15.875cm
1600 cc is about 97.6 cubic inches.
Screen Size: 3.5 Inches Screen Resolution: 480 x 320 pixels